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Events Manager - Hack Club
Published
November 6, 2021
Location
Burlington, Vermont
Job Type
Category

Description

Hack Club is where 16,000+ teenage programmers talk, build, and have fun together. We do crazy things like hosting AMAs with Elon Musk and running the world's longest hackathon on a train.

We're looking for someone fun, creative, and technical to excite and grow the community.

Visit this job on our website for more information.
Couple things about you

You're passionate about building technical projects and find tinkering fun
You've worked with teenagers and are excited to work 1:1 with them every day
You have event planning or media production experience and want to apply it

Projects you'll lead on

Produce and project manage the big, crazy things we do every few months
Support Hack Clubbers in creating and executing their awesome ideas
Revive Hack Night, our weekly casual technical hangout with the community
Lead on organizing AMAs and conversations with famous tech leaders
Game design events at Hack Club to better help students form meaningful relationships

Location
We have a strong preference for someone in-person in Burlington, VT, but we will consider applications from people who want to work remotely, provided they are willing to travel to our offices.

We have COVID protocols and take them seriously. Relocation assistance available.
Compensation
This role pays between $60K - $100K, depending on your experience— and we know that's probably less than you'd make elsewhere. We offer healthcare and 4 weeks paid vacation.
How to apply
Email jobs@hackclub.com with "golden" in the subject line, 3 bullet points demonstrating why you would be exceptional for the role, and your resume.

- Zach Latta, Executive Director

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